With the right guidance, iZotope's RX can remove problem sounds that would otherwise ruin a mix.
We show how iZotope's popular restoration package can deliver cleaner audio for your music projects.
In this episode, Mike Senior demonstrates several ways spill can actually improve the sound of your productions.
Grammy Award-winning engineer and producer Dom Morley chats with Sam Inglis about the art and craft of recording and mixing vocals.
Distortion can be a surprisingly useful mix effect, if you know what you're doing. Mike Senior reveals several common applications, and explains how to get the best results in practice.
Time-alignment can help solve problems in multi-mic recordings — but it can also introduce new problems!
Mike Senior delves into some of the most common troubleshooting tasks when dealing with acoustic guitar recordings at mixdown, and shares his own favourite processing fixes.
If you're a musician, podcasting is the perfect application for the studio skills and equipment you already have.
Social distancing needn't mean the end of studio recording. We explain a simple, free setup for real-time online collaboration.
Working with ace mixer Tony Maserati taught producer Sir Nolan that hit-making is as much about what you take away as what you add...
Guest engineer Andy Brook discusses his approach to recording the legendary British rockers' 33rd studio album.
With spill between instruments and bleed from backline and monitors, live-performance recordings present unique mixing challenges. At London's PLASA show, Miloco Studios' engineer Jamie McEvoy explained how to get a great result.
With spill between instruments and bleed from backline and monitors, live‑performance recordings present unique mixing...
It might be set in the '20s, but Downton Abbey certainly isn't a silent movie! We talk to the team behind its state-of-the-art sound production.
Find out how a professional VO artist kept his business afloat during a 12‑day ocean cruise!
After a record label bidding war the success of the Cranberries' first single was vital. Fans of the Smiths, they called in producer Stephen Street...
You can do so much more with noise gates and expanders than nix unwanted noise...
When Grammy-winning engineer Vance Powell has to track an entire record in a day, you can rest assured he has some tricks up his sleeve…
It may be famous for its difficult birth, but Loveless was a technical triumph. My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields tells us the story behind their breathtakingly original album.
Working with a producer and an ambitious timescale, our engineer planned ahead for the best chances of a good result.
His quest to capture the spirit of Avebury led former Radiophonic Workshop composer Steve Marshall to develop some unique experimental recording techniques.
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